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Daily Edition No.  1277
Nelson,   British Columbia, Thursday,   February 27, 1902
Eleventh  Year
Immense Tract on the Elk
River Where   Coal
A District   Rich   In   Black
Diamonds Yet Unexplored.
of the Crow's Nost Push branch follows Michel creek to the Kile river
and (Iowd thc Elk valley to Elko.
The valley of the Elk river along
whioh with its tributaries from the
east is situated most of the coal fields
of the Crow's Nest I'ubs is undoubtedly destined to be one of thu busiest
portions of British Columbia within
thu present decade. Thc river is about
200 miles in length from its rise in
the heart of the main range of the
Rockies to where it empties into the
Kootenay r;ver near the town of Elko.
Tbe main coal deposits opened up so
far aiu un Coal creek, Michel creek
and Morrissey creek. Besides these
deposits thore are in the coal reserve
wbich stretches for Sfty miles north
of the Michol creek collieries, a number of places where tho coal comes to
the surface and from tho indications
it is believed that the whole iu one vast
ooal bed. This reserve is bounded on
tbe west by Elk river, and on the east
by tbe main range of the Rockies,
Coal croppings are found in thc foot
hills running north and south. The
formation is almost entirely hlack
slate, the foothills being out in a
number of places by narrow gorges
cut hy streams, and along wliioh tbe
ooal croppings are seen. Besides tnese
a quantity uf drift ooal is to bo found
in the river an steams flowing into it.
From Michel creek to Elko the valley ol the Elk is narrow and heavily
timbered, the coal being found on tbe
branch streams same dista nee from
tbe main river. Worth of Michel
creek, however, the valloy widons out
in some plaoes being from five to
seveu miles wide, with beautiful
prairie stretohes on which wild hay
grows luxuriantly. Eighteen miles
np are situated hot sulphur springs,
owned by Nelson parties. From
Michel to the springs a wagon road
has been run, but north of this the
only means cf travel is by an old and
only occasionally used Indian trai'.
The scenery on the upper valley is
beautiful in the extreme, the lofty
mountains, lightly timbered in the
lower portions and snow clad at the
summits, contrasting with the wide
grassy plains and park stretches. With
the opening up of tbe coal fields
whioh is going on rapidly and which
already supports a population of
several thousands, this valley will
rapidly become a populous centre.
Tbe climate is Bligbtly colder than
that of West Kootenay but considerably diier.
The amount of coal contained in
this vast expanse is, of course, beyond
computation. The river itself is a
swift mountain torrent, abounding in
rapids as it tears along over a
gravelly bed. Thore is but oue waterfall in its course of any consequence,
except at the head waters. Tbis
waterfall is close to Elko, and will
provide good water power. The coal
varies in ita quality and it is believed
that the farther up the valley of the
river that it is found the harder
the coal is. The land on the western
side is not open for pre-emption or
sale, the government reserve covering
these rights, but on the western side
most of it has already been taken up
by settlers. The timber on this pait
of the valley is not of much value,
except in patches along the mountains
being too scattered for commercial
value. Thirty miles uhove Michel
creek, however, the timber is solid
aud when the valley is opened up that
lar it will probably prove commercially valuable.
At Michel, where the Crow's Nest
Coal company is opening up a mine
and has built a large number of coke
ovens quite a lively town has sprung
into existence. The mine is three
miles from thc junotion of the Michel
and Elk. There are two quarries
situated at Michel from which limestone is tsken to build tbe ovens.
Twelve miles east of Michel are
situated lakes at the summit of the
pass, and a few miles east of this
again the ooal croppings commence, the
ooal area on this side of the main
range alsu being extensive.     The line
Fiom tliosu coul lands are to be {
selected the 50,000 aorosbythe Dominion government. In the present workings of the Crow's Nest Coal oompany
on Miohel, Morrissuy and Coal creeks
alone, huwevcr, thcie is enough coal
to supply all the demands that can be
put in for some time to como from all
possible bouiccs. Tbe region is conceded by experts to contain probably
the largest deposits of coal in tbe
world, and further exploration will
likely show that all varieties of ooal
are to be met with in the various
localities, as the fields extend from
near the International boardary on
tbe south for nearly 200 miles to the
Rice's Valet Has Told Several Stories
of Bis Connection With the Murder.
New York, Feb. 2(1.���In the Patrick
trial today the continued cross examination of Charles F. Jones, the valet,
took up both sessions of tho court and
was not finished when court adjourned
in tho afternoon.
The feature of today's cross-examination wan the bringing out tbat
Jones had told four stories concerning
the death of Millionaire Rico. Throe
of these were tbat Lawyer Partick bad
killed the old man, as to tho main
point. The other was told to assistant
District Attorney Osborne and wns the
same is Jones told the jnry the other
day. This was lhat the witness had
killed Mr. Rico by giving him chloroform to inhale. Thu defense brought
out today, howeve , that Jones bad
told this Inst story aftor Mr. Oshorne
had told Jones that he had proof that
Patrlok was not in the house when
Mr. Rice died.
Late in the afternoon, Jones in
answer to questions, said that Mr.
Rice had been kind to him and he nad
entered into conspiracy against his
bencfaotor because of the money
Patrick had promised.
Workmen Attempted to Invade Chamber of of Deputies
Bucharest, Roumania, Feb. 26.-A
force of cavalry had to be finally
called out to disperse the workmen
who attempted to invade the chamber
of deputies here yesterday, while making a demonstration in favor of i
modification of the bill dealing with
trade union, In tbe charge made
many persons were injured. About
200 arrests were made.
Bill For New York 8tate Signed
Albany, Feb. 26.���Governor Odell
at 5.10 this afternoon signed the bill
prohibiting pigeon shooting in this
state. He presented the pen witb
wbich ne affixed his signature to thc
measure, to John D. Ilame, president
of the state society for the prevention
ol cruely to animals.
Driving Cattle Many Push Through
British Line.
London, Feb. 26.���Lord Kitchener
reports that 600 Boers' driving cattle,
rushed the outpost line near Bothas-
berg, Transvaal colony, during the
night of February 23rd, and that some
ot them got through. The Boers left
15 dead and six wounded on the field.
Premier Ross Tells Delega-1 Brilliant Assembly of News-
tlon Terms Named Must
Newfoundland  Premier   Approves Continuing the
Modus Vivendi.
Toronto, Feb. 26.���A big deputation
of tho Dominion Alliance waited on
Premier Ross today to pretest against
the provisions of prohibition referendum. Rev. Dr. Mackay, said the
alliance wanted a fair referendum,
that is,a majority of the vote cast and
the taking of the vote nt the time of
municipal elections. The alliance was
against a referendum. In reply,
Premier Ross defended tbe referendum. As to the vote the government.
had decided that three out of evory
eight on the list must voto in favor of
prohibition. Thut was fair and so far
as the government would go. If the
prohibitionists could not get that vote,
they did not deserve to be successful.
As to the date,the premier said as thu
Methodist conference would be iu session on Oetober 14th, that date would
be abandoned. The vote could not be
taken on same day as general elections, but the government would see
about takiug ths vote on the date of
the muniaipal elections.
The Evening Telegram's London
correspondent cables that he askeJ the
Earl of Dundonald whether he had
accepted tho position of general officer
commanding the Canadian militia
Dundonald replied that nothing yet
had been settled.
The Evening Telegram's cable says:
Referring to the proposed colonial
contributions to the navy, Arnold
Foster, secretary to thc admiralty, in
the House of Commons, said that advantage would certainly be taken of
the oppotunity to elicit the views of
[he representatives of colonies attending the approaob ing coronation. The
chancellor of the Exchequer, Hicks-
Beach, says the government did not
propose to approach tbe colonies as
beggars, bnt simply would endeavor
tu ascertain whether the oolonies
desired to share the burJens of the
A bill was introduced in the legislature today giving Ontario fonr new
Premier Bond Expects Satisfactory
Settlement as to French Shore.
St. Johns, Nd., Feb. 26.���ln the
colonial assembly this ulternoon,
Premier Bond moved tbe passage of
the modus vivendi bill. He said that
important negotiations were progressing between the governments of Newfoundland. Gieat Britain and France,
but that these were necessarily secret.
The premier alsu expressed bis firm
conviction that the fearlessness, firmness and business of Mr. Chamber >
lain, the British Colonial secretary,
would insnre a satisfactory settlement
of the question in tbe interest of Newfoundland in the near future.
Crew Down With Scurvy and Nearly
Seattle, Feb. 26.���A special to the
Times says the French bark Les
Adelphes, 182 days from Madagascar
lor Portland, has put Into Port
Angeles witn the entire crew down
with soorvy and nearly starving.
Paris, Feb. 26.���The series of festivities tu celebrate the centenary of tbe
birth of Victor Hugo which will last
until Sunday next, openeo today with
a grand ceremony within the Pantheon,
nnder the auspioes of the government.
President Loubet, M. Waldeck Rousseau, the premier, and the other members of the cabinet, the members of
the senate and of the chamber of
deputies, representative delegations
from the institute and othor state
bodies, including the leading lights of
art, science and literature in France,
and deputations from tho various
Lyoees and edunational institutions,
I were present.
paper Men Welcome the
His   Happy    Reference
Power of American
Carlsruhe With 1,200 People Aboard
Has to Be Tov ed to Port.
Halifax, Feb. 26.���The steamer
Neckar, wilh 186 passengers on board,
was towed in here this evening disabled, by the steamor Carlsruhe,
which has 1,200 passengers on board.
Both sailed from Bremen for New
York on Ferbuary 8th. The Neokar
disabled her rudder and twisted one
of her twin screws on February 11th
in great gale. She pitched and tossed
all of tho 12 instant, in a heavy sea
nnd on the 13th was picked up hy the
Carlsruhe. The latter boat will take
the passengers to New York.
prin:e will visit canada.
Ottawa, Feb. 20.��� Prince Henry is
to pay a visit to Canada on the invitation of thc Canadian government. He
will visit Niagara Falls en March 5th,
cross the bridge to Canada and be received by Premier Laurier, or some
other representative of the Canadian
government. His engagements prevent
his paying a visit to Ottawa. A guard
of bbnor will be provided at tbe
bridge.          ,
New York, Feb. 26.���Prince nenry,
of Prussia,dined tonight with 1,000 of
the men who make American newspapers. He was the special guest of
Herman Rider, proprieter uf the New
York Staats Zeitung, who gathered at
his table a majority uf tlie leading
figures in American journalism.
Tho dinner wns given in tho handsome ball room uf the Waldorf Astoria
hotel, but that immense apartment
was uot large enuugh lo accommodate
the number of guests and the gallery
wus also used. Tho two rooms were
splendidly decorated. Mr. Ridder and
tho special guests sat at an elevated
table above which were American ana
German Hags. Tbe staves were crossed
and the banner drapedd, and reached
out like the wings of a huge butterfly. Above them was a design in in-
cansdescent lights, which as the
prince took his seat, flashed into the
Prussian eagle above him on the
southern cull and thu power was also
increased in every one of thu 2,500 incandescent lights that burned in the
room. From the boxes hung clinging
vines uLd set into the ledges were
hundreds of palms. Each table
carried buquets of American neauty
roses, around which were cundelabru
shaded in red. As the diners took
their places, tho ladies uf maDy of the
party appeared in tbe boxes v;hicli aro
around the walls of the room.
Prince Hunry, at'.ended by the
members of his suite, drove to tlie
hotel under escort of cavalry and
mounted police and tho demonstration
in thu streets leading to the hotel was
the most cordial of any that has so far
marked his appearance in public.
Great crowds lined the way und pressed against the police gnards that bad
been thrown around the 33rd street
entrance to the hotel. They cheered
when tbe prince came in sight and he
frequently raised his hand to his cap
in acknowledgement of the demonstrations.
The prinoe reached the hotel at 8.80
o'clock and was received by Mr. Kidder. They shook hands warmly and
while they paused for a brief talk, the
members of the suite and the delegates
ot President Roosevelt filed up to the
banquet ball. The band played the
American national anthem as the
uniformed staff entered and tho crowd
of guests arose. There was a great
cheer as the prince appeared and
another when he took his place at the
side of Mr. Rider at the special table.
Mr. Rider, aB the toastruaster,
called upon Bishop Potter, who
offered a brief grace. A small army
of waiters quickly filled the aislei
between the tables and with an order
that was remarkable in such a large
gathering, the banquet began. As the
evening proceeded, hundreds of handsomely gowned women filled the boxes
above thu dining hull. An orchestra
high up in the second tier of boxes
played popular national music and
when the tune caught the funcy of the
crowd, they sang It.
Statuettes of Prince Henry were
distributed as souvoniors. At 10.25
o'olock Mr. Ridder, tapping for attention with his gavel, proposed the
health of the President of the United
States and tbo Kaiser, and called upon
Whitelaw Reid to respond. Mr. Ridder said: "Your Royal Highness and
(lentlemea, I have the pleasure and
the honor of offering the health of the
President of the United States and tho
German Emperor which 1 ask you to
rise and drink and I couple with this
sentiment, the name of the Hon.
Whitelaw Reid, the distinguished
editor of the Now Yoik Tribune."
Mr. Roio followed and Prince
Henry wus then introduced. As he
stood up the crowd burst into song
"Hoeh Soller Leben Mai Hoch."
After thut they sang"For He's a Jolly
Good Fellow." llefore beginning his
speech, tlie prince said : "This is the
largest interview 1 ever had."
Prince Henry's speech at   thc   press
dinner was as follows:
Mr. Toastmaster, and Gentlemen���I
am fully aware of tbo fact that I am
tho guest and in tbj presence of the
representatives of the press of tve
United States and !n particular the;
guest of the New York Staats Zeitung,
both ol which 1 wish to thank for th e
kind invitation and reception I huve
met with tonight.
Before entering intu details, 1 should
like all of you to understand that 1
consider this meeting, though it may
be looked upon ns official, as a private
one und thnt it is my wish that none
of you will taku advuntuge of what iB
said or spoken after leaving tbis
Undoubtedly the press of our day is
a factor, If not a power which may
not bu neglected ano which I should
like tu compare with ever so many
submarine mines which blow up in
many cases in the most unexpected
manner. But your own naval history
teaches us not to mind mines should
they ever be in our way. Tho language used on this memorable ocoasiou
was stronger than ever I would vent
uru to reproduce here tonight. 1 need
only mention the name of Farragut.
Another comparison might be more to
your taste, gentlemen, and is in fact
more complimentary. It is ono which
His Majes'y, the Emperor, used
befoie I left. He snid, ''You will meet
many members of the press und I
wish you, therefore, to keep in mind
thut the pressmen in tbe United States
rank almost with my generals In command."
It will interest you, I ko\vn,to learn
something about the nature of my
mission tu thiB country. The facts are
as follows: His m ajesty.tlie emperor,
has minutely studied the recent and
rapid devlopment of thu United States
and his majesty ia well aware of the
fact that yours is a fast moving
nation. His sending me to this
country may, therefore, be looked
upon as an act ot friendship und
courtesy with the one desiru of promoting friendlier relations between
Germany and the United States.
Should you be willing to grusp a pro-
fered hand, yon will find such a one
on thu other side of the Atlantic
At the end of thc speech, the prince
was heartily applauded. Mr. Ridder
at this point introduced Charles
Emory Smith, saying that Mr. Smith
had been a minister of state, a great
editor, and is known as the silver
tongned orator of the press ot America.
Following Mr. Smith, came Charles
W. Knipp, he being introduced in a
few appropriate words by Mr. Ridder.
Whon the dinner was over the prince
left accompanied by his suite.
He was heartily cheered as he
went   out   of     the     banquet     room.
Tlie following cablegram was sent
by the newspapermen assembled at
the press banquet to^ Prince Honry:
To the German Emperor,���The editors
of the Unitod States, 1,000 in number,
at u banuet in honor of your brother,
send you cordial greetings and all
good wishes tor a long and prosperous reign. We hail the presenoe of
Prince Henry in this country as an
omen of even closer ties of amity and
heartily reciprocate the splendid and
repeated overtures of lriendship you
have been graoiouly pleased tu extend.
(Sgd.) Melville E. Stone, secretary.
London, Feb. 20.���Lord Rosebery
has authorized the formation of a new
Liberal league with himself as president, and H. N. Asquith, Sir Harry
Fowler and Sir Edward Grey as vice
presidents, to act, as ii ib authoritatively announced, in conjunction with
the rest of tbe Liberal opposition on
the lines of thc policy expressed in
Lord Roseberv's speech at Chesterfield.
The rather ambiguous announcement
ls probably Lord Ruaebery's first practical move tu test tbo strength of hiB
following among thc Liberals.
Kingston, Feb. 26.���Citizens not
satisfied with tho recunt census have
prevailed upon the authorities tu
authorize a police census. Cards are
now-being distributed to be filled up
Monday morning by all persons sleeping in the city Sunday night,
Havana, Fob. 20.���Colonol Scott ha
satisfactorily settled the longshoremen's strike at Cienfucgos by having
all the parties Bgree to pay tho same
scale of prices as is now in force in
Premier  Anxious  for Coalition but Opposition
Government Not ln  Accord
With Martin's Redistribution Bill.
New York,, Fob. 26.��� Close���Bar
silver 560. Mexican dollars, 43 1-2.
Copper, quiet, 12 3-8c and 12 l-2c
Lead, firm.
London, Feb. 2fi.���Lead, ��11,111.93.
Victoria, Fob. 26.��� Thu air is full
of intrigue today. The government is
understood to be anxious to form a
coalition with the opposition, but the
caucus of ilie lattei held lust evening,
it is understood, was unfavorable to
these advances. On the other hand
Martin bas drafted a redistribution
bill whioh hu has submitted to the
government and asked that it be
passed. It ls stated that the lerjis of
this bill are not acceptablu to somo o
the government's supporters, who aiu
anxiuus tu be relieved of the necessity
of supporting it. This bill will likely
provide for tbe withdrawal of one
member Irom Victoria, another from
Esquimalt, and granting one tu tho
Boundary district, the total additioa
to the present representation being
uno, making a house of 39. Dunsmuir may lesign, if negotiations with
the opposition fail and will ask to
appeal to the country but it is believed if he did so, that the governor
would not grant it, seeing he bas failed to fill the vacant purtfolio. The
opposition muinbers claim they can
form a strung government in such an
event as soveral of Dunsmuir's present
suppurteis would rather support toern
than Martin.
Tou Boards of   Trade   Represented   at
\ssooiuted Boards.
Kaslo, Feb. 26.���The fourth annual
meeting of tho Associated Hoards of
Trade ot Eastern Kritish Columbia,
met heie tonight with tl. S. Galloway,
of Greenwood, president, in the chair,
the secretary, H. W. C. Jackson, of
Rossland, also being present. Twenty-
four delegates were seated from the
following different boards: Nelson,
Kaslo, Rossland, Muyie.Grand ForHs,
Cascade, Trail, Greenwood, Phoenix,
and Fernie. The election of officers
resulted in choice of G. O. Buchanan,
of Kaslo, as president for the ensuing
jear with H. W, C. Jackson, of Rossland, secretary-treasurer re-elected.
The president in his address.referred
to the great good whioh must result
from the appointment of Senator
Templeman to a seat in tbe cnbinet,
und congratulated those whose efforts
resulted in securing thc granting of a
bonus by the Dominion government
for the refining of lead ores. His plea
for "free trade" in railway construction was specially strong and he suggested thu appointment of delegates
to proceed to Victoria to impress upon
the legislature the necessity of removing any ubstuctions to railway building by any persons or corporations
willing to invest capital in opening
new districts. He also referred to tho
disposal of thu coal bearing lands.
Extensive Areas Under Water and
Inhabitants Escapo on Rafts.
New York, Feb.26.���Freshets which
havo been caused throughout Lung
Island by the heavy snow falls and
rains of the past ten days becamo
serious today. Travel is much impeded
and in some cases railway service has
been temporarily abandoned. Between
Hiokvillo and Mineola there were
thousands of acres of dupressed lands
under wutcr today. A number of
houses just east of Wostbury were in
the midst of a great lake of two or
three acres in extent and several feet
in depth and tho occupants were
forced to make their way to high land
by means uf rafts. Pigs and enickens
were drowned aud all lose stuff floated
Montreal, Feb. 'If,,���The hockey
matoh tonight was won by Montreals,
8 to 0, defeating tho Victorias.
This gives thc Monticals the chain-
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One of the yarns of the campaign ot
misrepresentation which tbe C.P.R. is
directing is that as soon as the Crow's
Nest Southern railway is completed
the coal from the Crow's Nest measures will be hauled to the United
States Bnd turned into coke there.
Inquiry has developed that the
Crow's Nest Southern railway had
no snch intention, and never even
considered so foolish a move. lJesides
being impolitic it would be idiotic.
It takes nearly two tons of coal to
make one ton of coke, and where
would there be any sense on the part
of anyone with a grain, of sense in
paying for the haulage oi two tons of
ooal when the same result eoold be
secured by transporting one ton of
coke. Coal can be turned into coke
just as cheaply at the ovens in the
Crow's Nest Pass as it can at any
point on the line ol the Great Northern in Idaho or Montana. It is atiout
as ingenious a scheme as that which
used to be practised by Dutch farmers
who put wheat on one side of a pack
horse and a stone oa tbe other when
they took grist to the mill.
This roorbaeh about taking the coal
to the states to make coke of it shows
tlie character of the misrepesentation
which the C.I'.It. hinchmen are resorting to In order to bolster up a
poor and seflsh cause. Che weakness
of some of the Inventions is wonderful
but this one is simply absurd.
That a strong effort wili be made at
Kaslo at the meeting ofthe Associated
boards of trade to put through a resolution favorable to the plan of the
big railway compauy to secure for an
allied company the coal lands reserved
by the government is certian. It is
doubtful, however, if that body will
lend itself to plans so selfish. It may
adopt a resolution along the line of
recommending that the interests of
the people be properly safeguarded
and protected, bnt beyond this we do
not bblieve that anything will be
done. The Associated boards ot trade
is too respectable, too honest, too influential a body, to do anything that
wonld be discreditable and to aid the
C.P.R. in its attempted coal land grab
would not be to its credit.
Some interesting facts regarding
home ownership are revealed by the
United States census, says an exchange. The tiaures will surprise
many who have Philadelphia heralded
far and wide as the ''city of homes.''
As a matter of fact, only 21 familes of
each 100 in Philadelphia were home
owners, sligntly above one-half the
percentage in Detroit, Milwaukee and
Rooheeter, New York only showed six
families to tbe hundred owning their
homes, bnt Greater New York, with
its wonderful suburban expansion.
will make a much bettei showing.
Throughout the entire conntrv,Including both city and rural districts, it Is
found ��� disregarding fractions���that IS
families out of every 100 own tbe
homes where they reside. The highest
proportion of home owners is found
in the north central states, where 5S
families out of every 100 own their
own homes, ln all sections it is found
that the higher proportion of home
owner is in the country and thc lower
proportion in the cities. Of the 2$
cities possessing over 100,000 popula-
ion, Rochester stands at the head,
with 11 families in every 100 owning
their own homes. Detroit and Milwaukee come next, each with 42. St.
Paul and iiuffalo next, with 40 families to the 100 who pay taxes instead
of rent, and Cleveland follows one
point behind.
The ratio of liDtne owners to the
entire population of any'city is determine 1 largely by the condition of thc
wage-earner. The wealthy ami middle
classes naturally own their own
homes, but it requires more sacrifices
upon the part of tbe laboring man to
secure the title to his modest  cottage.
The sale of the Danish West Indies
by Denmark to the United States ^has
caused some of the papers thereto apparent? seriously speculate on the
nrice which Great ISritian would ask
fjr Canada. . This is an exhibition of
egotism and effrontery wbich is
almost appalling. The people of
Canada would object most strenuously
to being soldjhy Great llritain. but
there is not the slightest danger of the
Imperial autnorities entering into
such a bargain. The.discussion oi
the question by the American papers
is simply impndent.
Mr. David li. llogle has been appointed editor of the Victoria Daily
Colonist, to the place made vacant by
the resignation of C. U. Lugrin. Mr.
Rogie is a strong, graceful and
scholarly ^writer. ,well informed on
the politcs of the province and should
make the Colonist a readable paper.
For several years Mr.; Hogle lived in
the Kootenays and was connected with
the publication ot a number of papers,
besides this he engaged in mining
promotion and knows a great deal
about the vast mineral resources of
the inland empire. Under the circumstances it is very probable that he will
devote considerable attention to the
mining industry of the Kootenays and
The bureau of provincial infoima-
ticn has issued a general review of
mining in Rritish Columbia and it
will be weleomed,by those interested
in mining. .This pamphlet will serve
to keep the public informed as to the
conditions of the mining industry
pendingjthe issuance of' theJAnnual
report~"of the minister of mines, which
is a large and important fpublicatiou
and deal with mining in detail. By
issuing these smaller publications the
provincial authorities give the people
early and; accurate ^information and
this meets with afoll measure of appreciation. The bureau of^provincial
information promises that other
bulletins on other subjects will be
forthcoming as fast as they can be
compiled and printed, the whole to
be comprised in a complete edition of
the Y'ear Book. Let the good work
go on.
Apprehension has been expressed in
some quarters that harm would result
from th..- production of too much gold.
Some have gone so far as to declare
that the metal would have to be
demonetized on account of tbe gieat
increase in its production. Gold has
increased at a rapid rate of late and
during tbe years lSOl-lSUS.the world's
production of gold averaged about
S1U3,000,000 per annum. In 1S95 it
jumped to $314,000,000. In is90 was
only 8202.200,000, and last year the
amount is estimated at 8265,500,000.
The Boer war and the consequent
shilling down of the mines of the
Rand has been the case of the falling
off of the precious metal sinre it commenced. The appioximate amount of
gold in the world on January 1, 1900,
according to the ieport of the director
of the United States mint was 84.S41,-
000,000, or 83.Go;per capita. The tota
per capita of gold silver and paper iu
money is. however, $3.79. 'It is evident from the small per capita of gold
in the world that the world's stock
could be doubled without any necessity for demonetizing it.
According to a compilation made by
the New York Journal of Commerce
the fire losses on this continent in
January, 190], were only $11,7.15,000,
while those of January, 1900, reached
$16,574,000. There were several quar-
tei-million fires in the United States
last month ; and two, at Manchester
and St, Louis, that approach'd halt a
million. The current month of February makes a lurid showing, in this
respect, so far. On tne 2nd came a
conflagration at Watcrbury, Connecticut, and on the 9th cne at Paterson. New Jersey, the aggregate loss
by which two gro.,t Hies is placed at
over seven millions. Twenty-six
blocks in Paterson were buried, containing probably r,00 buildings, and
four to five millions is perhaps not too
high an estimate to place upon the
value of property burned. In two
previous Pebrnarien, the fire loss was
$15,427,000 and $18,469,000 respectively.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
Roses, Bulbs
Agricultural  Implements, Bee  Supplies, Fruit Baskets, Fertilizers.
Catalogue Free.
M.  J.   HENRY
:S0< _ Westminster Road, Vanconver, B.O.
For investment, bearing 6 per cent.
P. O. BOX 189. VICTORIA, B. C,
HUDsorrs baymj- furniture ..
The Hudson's Bay Stores
Opera Flannel Blouses,  Silk skirts,
Ladies' jackets, Golf Capes,   Ladies'
Costumes, Dress Goods and  Furs.
At Largely Reduced Prices.
We do no} often advertise special reductions, but when we
do they are. genuine. No inferior goods are bought by us
and offered as so-called Bargains.
If you ever come onr way and we do nottZMt you right
please publish the fact.
D. J. Robertson & Co.
Vernon St., Next New P. O. Building.
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent Cure in all Cases.
sent absolutely free on receipt of postal
There is noth ing like Asthmalene. It
brinirvnstant relief, even in t e worst
cases.   It cares when all else fails.
The Rev. O. F. WELLS, o Villa Ridge,
111., says: "Yonr trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot
tell you how thankful I feel for the good
derived from it. I was a slave, chained
with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten
years. I despaired of ever being cured. 1
saw your advertisement for the cure of
this dreadful and tormenting disease, As-
thma, and thought you had overspoken
yourselves, but resolved to give it a trial.
To my astonishment the trial acted like a
charm.    Send me a full size bottle.
Key, Dr. MorrU Vff rhsler.
Rabbi of tha Cong. Bnai Israel,
New York, Jan, 3, 1901
Db. Taft Bros. Medicine Co.,
Gentlemen : ii Your Asthmalene is an
excellent remedy for Asthma and Hay
Fever, and its composition alleviates all
trouUes which combine with Asthma.
Its success is astonishing and wonderful.
After having it carelully analyzed, we car. state tbat Asthmalene contains
no opium, morphine, chloroform or ether^Vtry �������� WECHSLER
Stoves and
Ranges . .
We are showing this season a full
line of these goods and BOlicit your
esteemed patronage.
Lawrence Hardware
ftbelRc^aUBank of Canada
Capital) Authorized,
Incorporated 1869.
93,000,*M.M I Capital Paid-up,
���        *!,0OO,0<KUIO
.    . ���i,j��o,��i>o.do
Hoard of illrrri��r��     Thomas E. Kenny, President;   Thomas Ritchie,  Vies. Presldcnti
HWilev Smith, H. G. Banld, Hon. David Mackeen. i-resiDcnt
Head OIBce. Halifax 1
General Manager, Kd-on 1. Pease, Montreal.
Superintendent of Branches, and Secretary, W, B. Torrance, Halifax,
Branches S
Nova geofla��� Halifax Branch, Anttponbr
Bridgewater. Guysboro. Londonderry, Lu -
enburg. Maitland (Hams Co.). Pictou, Port
Hawkesbury, Sydney, Shubenacauie.Tmro
New     Brunswick ��� Bathurst,     Dorchester,
Fredericton, Kingston (Kent Co.l, Monc-
ton, Nowcastle, Sackville 9t, John.Woodstock*
P. E. Isli.nd���Charlottelowu, Suninierside.
anebcc-Montreal. (City (Offlcel, Montrea
West End (Cor. Notre Dame and SoUt-
oeu-s Streetei; Westmount (Cor. Greene
Avenue and SL Catharines street,
Newfoundland���St. John's.
Cuba, West Indie*���Havana.
Kniled stales-New York (16 Kxehange Plaoe
Repnblic, \V ash.
Grand   Forks, Nanaimo,   Nelson,   Rossland.
Vanconver East End, Victoria.
,   CorrespondenM 1
Canada-Merchants flank of Canada.   Bostan-Nationa   8hawmut Bank.   Chleaa-o-lMnots
Trust and Savings Bank.   San Franclwo-Klnt National Bank,   ffi,  _bS-___Tol
Scotland.   Paris, rranre -Credit Lyonnais.   Bermuda-Bank of Rermnda.   iatm. �� .1 1.
pan-Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. \p^��nV_0ld National Bank.
General Banking Business Transacted; Sterling Bills of Exchange   Bough
and Sold, Letters of  Credit, Etc., Negotiated.
Accounts received on the most favorable terms.   Interest allowed on Fpecia
deposite and on Saving Bank accounts.
Geo. Kydd. Manager, Nelson, B.C.
Delivered to any point
on Kootenay Lake.
Avon Springs, N. Y, Feb. 1, 1901.
Dns. Taft linos. Medicine Cn.
Gentlemen : I write this testimonial from a sense of duty, having tested the
wonderful effect of vour Asthmalene, for the cure of Asthma. My wife has
been afflcted with spasmodic asthma for th" past 12 years. Having exhausted
my own skill as well as many others, 1 chanced to see your sign upon your
windows on 130 th street, New York, [ at onoe obtained a bottle ot Asthmalene.
My wife commenced takicg it about the first of November. I very soon noticed
a radical improvement. After using one bottle her Asthma has disappeared
and she is entirelv free from all symptoms. I feel that I can consistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted with this distreesins[disease.
Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELPh, M. D.
Db. Taft Bros, Medicine Co, Feb- 5-1901-
Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for22 years. 1 have tried numerous reruaciies, bnt they have all failed. I ran across yonr advertisement and
started with a trial bottle. I found relief at once. I have since purchased your
full sized bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and
for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best ot health and am doing
business every dav. This testimony you can make such use of! as you see at.
Home address, 235 Rivinfjton street, S. RAJ HALL,
67 East 129th St,, New York City.
Do not delay.   Write at once, addressing  DR   TAFT BROS,  MEDICINE
CO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. City.
Sold by All Druggists.	
Kor flrst-class leather write
B. C Leather Co.
Vancouver, B, C.
British   Columbia  Agents for the  celebrated
������pr*ETA\u" soiu Leather, <-'ul Bolei ftnd
Heel Pieces.
Hftrnem Loallierv. Hriillo. Sjvddle and Skitt-
ing leather, LaOQ nnd Latigo Ujathatl, Up-
por Leathers of till kinds
Manufacturers of Closed Uppers of all
Shoemakers' Tools nnd Findings, Saddlery
Hardware, Hide-j aud Oils.
Catalogues and price list** oil application.
Real Estate. Fire and Life insurance
Money to Loan.
Houses to Rent in  a'l parts of  the
City.    See list at   entrance to   our
offices, next to   McArthur's F urni-
ture store.
Dominion and
Land Surveyor.
Ping-Pong $ 3-25
Duplicate Whist, Paines
8 Tray Set    4.25
16    "      "    6.50
Bridge    Whist,     with
Cards Complete    2.50
��� < "          3.00
Laws of Bridge       90
Billiard Nicholas 10.00
Complete stock of Invitations, bcore Cards, Prizes,
Punches and Markers for
Progressive Games.
Canada Drug and
Book Co., Ltd.
I have a complete stock on hand ol
Rough and Dressed
Mouldings, Sash Doors,
Inside Finish,
Coast Flooring, and
Finished Lumber-
Hill st PILOT BAY. Tarda, NELSON
and LARDO.
Sold by All Newsdealers
Furnish** Monthly to all lovers of Bong
and Music a vast volume of New, Choice
Copyright Composition* bv the most popular authors. 64 Page* of Piano Mualc,
half Vocal, half Instrumental- 21 Complete
Placca for Piano���Once a Month for 15
Cent*. V early Subscription, $3.00. Ifyou
will send us the name and address of Five
performers on the Piano or Organ, we will send
you a copy of the Magazine Free.
��     J. W. PEPPER, Publisher,
Eighth * Locust Su., Philadelphia, Pa.
For domestic or steam use.
A full supply always oo
Rates to all railway and
lake points
General Agent.
Tel. No. 265.
Office ��� Two doors] wesl
C.P.R. offices.
Porto Rico Lumber
Co., Limited.
Rough and
Dressed  Lumber,
Shingles, Mouldings.
lA.il White Pine Lumber Always la
' We carry a complete slock of Coast Flooring
Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and
Doors. Special order work will receive prompt
attention'  Mall orders solicited.
Porto Kico Lumber Co,,
Head Ofllco���Hendrvx and Vnmmi He.. Nelson
Winnipeg Vancouver
Toronto Viotoria
Ottawa Seattle
Montreal Portland
flew York Snn Francisco
via Soo Une, St Paul, Chicago
and all U   S.|points.
Tourist Sleeper Service
__. A CT Lv Revelstoke Wed-
n,/\^ I riesday, Friday and
*-" *W *     Siiudav.
Lv. DtiDinore Jet. Monday, Thursday and Saturday.
Lv. Kooteuay Ldg. Friday, St. Paul,
Toronto, Montreal and Boston
Afternoon 3 to   5.30
Evening 8 to 10.00
Admission 25c.
lt/DCT Leave HeveUtoke
\Al r ^ I Mondav, Wednesday
T�� *-**-> * and Saturday, Vancouver, Seattle, Ooast
VANCOUVER     to   Alaska,    Hawaii,
China, Japan, Australia,
Through bookings to Europe, via Atlantic. Line
Prepaid tickets  from all   points   at
lowest rates
For berths, time tables, rates and full
information apply to.
J. S. Oabtkr, E. J. Ooylk
Dis. Pass. Agt. A. G. P. A.
Nelson Vance live
Kootenay Street. Next Oddfellows' Ha
p. o. Box 633.
If there ia anything you require, auk
for  it  In    li- mIuibo  tl the Miner..
,**    ��� Nelson   Daily Miner, Thursday February 2-7, 1902
Judge to Have Privilege of Inspection
of Unon Minutes.
The application for an order to produce documents ln tbe case of the
Centre Star vs. Russlaud Miners'
union and other was heard buforo Mr.
Justice Maitin at Rossland on Tuesday, A. C. Gait appearing for tbe
plaintiff, and S. S. Taylor for the
Tbe first two clauses of the application were decided in favor of the
plaintiff and the Miners' Union will
be required to furnish fuller affidavits.
No order could he made against the
Western Federation of Miners and tho
Blacksmiths and Helpers' union for
thc reason that these were not organisations within thu legal definition.
James Wilks was ordered to attend
for examination. The chief fight was
over the application to have the books
of tho Rossland Miners' union produced for Inspection. It was finally
decided that tbe solicitor ior tbe
defense should be allowed to put in
extracts from the minute book of the
union bearing on the questions at
issue, these to be verified by his affii-
davit, but in oase these were deemed
not sufficient, the judge is to inspect
the books and to make such extracts
from them as he deems pertinent to the
Tako I.axiit Ive Brouio Quinine Tablets. Al
druggists refund the money If lt fails to ouro
K. W. Grove's signature is on each box.  25c.
The low water is entailing considerable inconvenience in landing by the
steamers and barges coming in. At
one side of the end of the city wharf
is tbe warehouse of the C. P. R. and
at tbe other that of the International
Navigation Co., so that the only place
lef'. available to handle freight is the
space at tho end. When three steamers
and a barge are unloading at tbu same
time, aa occurs occasionally, the results are considerable loss of time.
Writes Interesting Tale
Thc author of "Under Palmetto and
Pine " " Norma Trist," " Four Years
on Wheels," eto., Dr. J. W. Carhart
of La Grange, Texas, in addition to
his literary efforts is a hard working
physician in general practice.
He writes interestingly of how his
freedom from heart trouble waB gained hy leaving oft ooffee and using
Postum in its place. "1 drank ooffee
in the ordinary form for many years;
nervous trouble Involving disturbance
of  the heart's action resulted.
On coming to Texas I fell Into the
habit of drinking ooffee after hard,
cold rides, in my praotice or when iu
camp or on the trail. My heart
trouble soon became exceedingly aggravating, resulting in frequent attacks of what was pronounced angina
pectoris, a severe agonizing pain over
the heart extending to the back and
sometimes down the left aim.
In some of these attacks but for the
timely administration of morphine
injected hypodermlcally I could have
survived but a short time.
At different times I abandoned tne
use of coffee, believing it the cause of
my troubles, and invariably lmprov
ed, but as I had nothing satisfactory
to take its place in the way of a
beverage I returned to its use.
The literature of Postum Cereal
Coffee came to my notice and I resolved to try it. The directions for
preparation were strictly followed and
I found it an agreeable, appetizing,
invigorating table beverage. I continued its use in my family for the
past year and a half or two years during which time I have never had an
attack of my old heart trouble, am
capable now at the age of 67 years
and do as much professional and
literary work as at any period of my
life. I can ondure physical exercise
without weariness but with zest and
relish, ad have gained In weight from
134 poumU to 165 pounds."
Tbe doctor further refers to the wide
spread prevalence uf heart trouble
from the usu uf coffee and tobacco,
and speaks ul the advantage gained
by patiuots when they leave off ooffee
and take Postum.
It must also bo added that the poison
of the uoffee does not affect the heart
in some patients but shows its work
in the stomach and bowels with one,
perhaps in the eyes with another, and
kidneys with another, and general
nervous prostration with another.
It is never possible to tell just
where the result of the poisoned nerve
centres will show forth. Tbere is but
one way to surely cure such cases and
tbat Is by insisting upon 1 earing off
coffee and using Postum in its plaee.
I'ostnm contains the elements for rebuilding tbe nerve cells and brain.
Albumen is furnished in a variety of
foods, but albumen cannot be made
into the soft, gray matter of tha brain
and nerve cells except by the action
of phosphate of potash upon it and
the system will not always tako u p
the ornde phosphate of potash, whereas,
it can he depended upon to take up
tbe delicate particles of that .element
when presented as Nature presents it
in food. It Is in both Postum Joffee
Hnd Grape-Nuts.
What Some Tourist Associations Have
At a meeting of the Ottawa Tourist
association recently for election of
officers and tbe transact ion of other
business some interesting statistics
relating to the work of the St. John
organization were read. In St. John
the provincial government grunted
$1,000, the city council thu same
amount, and thu merchants and business men raised $1,000 by subscription. The tabulated work done in-
cuded the getting out and distributing
of 25,000 picture postcards during the
past year. The picture cards were
got up in the best of style, each one
having on it a photogravure of some
of the scenery or boating or summer
sport, besides this 25,000 booklets
containing picture and descriptive
matter were sent to all persons aud
places where it was thought they
would induce good results. The returns on this had been so satislactory
tbat far greater efforts are being put
forth this year. In the government
returns for the State of Maine it is set
forth that the ostimute of the money
spent in tbat state during the past
year by summer tourists had been
*10,000,000 In Maine the Tourist
association idea is carried out to perfection and tbe results have been commensurate. The picture postal cards
have heen found one of the best agents
in adveitising a place. Nearly everyone is willing to use them, and by
selling them at either cost price, or
slightly below, an im menBe number
of them are put in ciruulation.
A fine line of Imported and Domestic cigars, Peterson's patent pipes,
Lowo and B, B. B. goods-at Thur-
When Miss Stone Was Released She
Did Not Knoiv Where She Was.
Salonika, Feb. 26.--Miss Stono says
the brigands swore both ol their captives to absolute secrecy regarding any
information calculated to establish
thu identity of the brigands,tlie location of the place where they were con -
cealed, or other facts likely to compromise their captors. As a matter
of fact, the prisoners themselves are
very uncertain regarding many details
of their wanderings. They did not
know when they were released, in
what section of oountry they were.
An arrangement had been made to
release Miss Stone and her companion
near Seres, Macdonia, whore Dragoman Gnrgiulo and Mr. House were
waiting for them, but the brigands,
owing to timidity, declared it was too
difficult to carry out the plan and
brought their captiveB, after a hard
night's march, witnin one and a half
hours of Strumitza The two women
were left under the shelter of a tree
at 3.30 in the morning,February 23rd.
The bandits pointed ont the direction
of the village and ordered the captives
to report themselves to the village
elder, who on learning their identity
Would provide for them. The brigands
then turned back and disappeared
among the Hills.
Salonika, Feb. 26.���Miss Stone and
Mme, Tsilka and baby have arrived
here, well and cheerful. They received the memhers of the Anglo-American
community in the railway carriage.
Says it is a Political Machine And a
Menace to Country.
London, Feb. 36.���The Rt. Hon.
Qeoige Wyndham. chief secretary foi
Ireland, at the Carleton club tonight,
exhaustively discussed the Irish question. He condemned the United Irish
League in strong terms declaring it to
be a political machine, whioh constituted tbe gravest menace to the community. He said the league had corrupted the whole moral fibre of Ireland and declared the only course of
dealing with the league to be the
stern application of tbe Crimes' act,
which he hoped to see rigidly
Uarrlsburg, Pa., Feb. 26.���The lee
in the Susquehanna rivor on the Cum
bcrland side opposite tbis city began
moving this afternoon and the indications are that it will cause trouble iu
the southern part of this city. The
lowlands in that locality are already
covered witn wator from the river and
Paxton creek and if the water con
tinucs to rise, many of the residents
will bave to leave their homoB. The
street oar service at rail isle and other
points ln Cumberland valley, is seriously affected by the high water.
Monte Carlo, Feb. 26.���Of the eleven
drawn and adjourned games wbich
were contested tbis morning in the
international chess masters' tournament in tbis city, four were disposed
of when an adjournment was taken
after fonr hours play. Janowski had
then defeated Wolf, Tarrash had
worsted Marco, and Schlechter ard
Meises and Tcichmann and Mason
had drawn.
Advertisements Inserted under thin head at
the rate of one oent a word per Insertion. No
advertisement taken for leas than 25 cents.
Situation Wanted advertisements Inserted
three times free of ohanre.
NICE~FURNISHED room   to   rent   on
first floor.     Anply coiner Lake   and
Cedar streets.
TO RENT���1st March,    store in   good
central   position   on   Baker   street.
Apply S. M. Ilrydges, K.W.C. Blook.
A SNAP���in house rents'. Six-roomed
house, doublo plustured, hot and
cold water, bath, etc, in good condition, $10 a month. R. J. Steel,
Baker st.
FOR SALE���The Nelson Cafe, the
finest restaurant in thu Kootenays,
best location, 25 nicely furnished
rooms in connection. The best business proposition ln tbo district today,
for full particulars write Nelsou Caie,
Box 225, Nelsou B.C.
FURNISHED rooms with   or without
board.     Apply    on   Silioa   street,
second door west of Ward.
Appiy   to  Mrs F. J. Squires, Room
40, K. W. C. block.
3. H. LOVE,
Nelson Employment Agency,
P. O. Box 465. Phone 278.
WANTED.���Ladies and Gentlemen
enjoy yonr evening at home by making $12 pur week. Send your address
and two cent stamp to box 265, London, Ont.
WANTED���Pupils for Piano or Organ
by   Mrs.   Starmer   Smith,    address
residence or P.O.Box 137.
WANTED.���Men and  women   wanted
to work  at   home.       Good   wages.
Write   Glasgow     Woollen    company,
Dept. C, Toronto
HELP     of   all   kinds     wanted    and
furnished.     Western   Canadian Em
ployment Agency.      Large warehouse
for   storage; call   at Prosser's Second
Hand store, Ward steet.
MEN WANTED���On     Crow's Nest
Southern   Ry.     Good   wages, long
job   Headquarters, Elko,    B.   C. A.
Guthrie Sc Co.
ENGINEERS, Firomen, Machinists
and Electricians send for 40-page
pamphlet containing Questions usked
by examining board of engineers to
obtain engineer's licence. Address
Geo. Zeller, publisher, 18 S 4th St.,
St. Louis, Mo���  U.S.A.
Brewers ot Fine Lager
Beer and Porter.
Be  sure and get tbe genuine   BENNETT'S GUTTA PEBCHA FUSE,not
something that looks   like   it.
N. M. Cummins, Lohboo���Evory knowt
variety of aoft drinks. I' O Box 88. Teleplion
No. 31. lioovor tilruul, Nelson. Botllon* of th
f iimouH til. Leon Uot tiprinKH Minora! Wuter
A MACDONALD & Co.-Cornor Fron
��� and Hall Streets���wholesale grocer
and jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots
rubbers, maukinaws and miners' sundries.
PBURN8 & Co.-Baker Street, Nolson-
���   Wholesale dealers in  fresh a      cured
meats.   Cold Storage.
Baker Street, Nelson���Wholosale dea
ers in fresh and cured meats.
Street, Nelnon ��� Wholesalo' dBalars Ir
hardware, miners' supplies, sporting goods
M'LACHLAN BROS. Baker Stroet. Nelson,
B. C���Dealers in geheral harhware,
mining supplies, glass, pat its, iJortiand Cement, lire clay and Scotch lire brick. Agents
for Wilkin:- and Co,'s celebruted steel wire rope
NKLSON   HARDWARE   CO.��� Wholesale
paints, oils aud glass; mechanics   tools
AgouU foi Ontario Powder Works; aynamite
rriURNKR, BEETON & Co.-���orner Vernon
X and Josephine Streets, Nelson���Whole
sale dealers in liquors, cigars, and dry goods
Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee
and Calgary Browing Co of Calgary.
UDSON'S BAY Co.-Wholesale grocerle:
and liquors etc., Baker Street, Nolson.
Oftlce corner Hall and Front Streets
Nelson���Lumber, ceiling, llooring, and every
thing in wood for building purposes. Qet oui
priceH.   Correspondence solicited.
f*     A.    M'DONALD,      Agent   Hazelwood
I ���   Dairy Co. Ice Cream.
J. 0. GWILLIM, B-,  Sc-,
Late of Geological Survey of Canada.    Six years experience in B. C
mining districts.
Baker Stre<" Nelson. B. C
As an effective healor of minims, Ralls
splints. hO"c throat, cougha, swelling, soreness;
inflammation in home* and cattle, Griffith���'
Liniment nan proved a Hupremo huccohh���oh
good tor tho horHe on for his master.
P. H. Kitchil & Co., ranchers, Vancouver.
B. C. say: "Wo consider Grllflths1 Menthol
Liniment, unequalled for horses. Ono of ours
had a bad sv/ellintron the loft leg, which was
swollen to an immense sl/o, we applied the
Liniment and in two dars tho swelling hnd loft
him. Wo have tried many Liniments but have
found nothing to equal it.
For sale by J. H. Vauswno, Nelson, B. Cl
Phair.���G. A. Carlson, J. F.
Maioney, Knslo; E, O, Kuiuiii. Trail;
H. W. C. Jackson, and wife, John S.
Clute, Rossland, D. It. Stevens, N.
Hinns, Trail; A. S. Ooodeve, Rosalind; W. Ii. Wilcox, Phoenix; W. K.
Eslig, Trail; L. F. Williams, Spokane; Dr. Quinlan, oity; P. Burns,
Oalgav; Uerald Hopkins, Kossiand;
0. Wolfe, Spokane; 1). Wilson, Nelson; D. II. Chandler and wiio, Silver-
ton; .lay P. Oraves, A. C, Klummer-
felt, Spokane; '!'. O. tjuinn and wife,
(Quebec; W, W, Ureenwood,    Spokane.
Orand Central���R. Uitchev, Slooan;
It. Londell, Trail; II, H. Cameron,
Molly Gibson; J. H. Winlaw, Win-
law's siding; J. Cambell, Knslo; R.
IS. Reeves, Erie; C. il. Lamb. Fernie;
A. Bremner, Molly Gibson Landing;
M.Greenlee, Naksup; L. Vaughan,
Carson; II. Sturgeon, Phoenix; W. II.
Hume���J. Bevorldge. Vancouver; C.
IC. Hackly, Toronto; E. iiaillie, Rossland; E. A. Harvey, Vancouver; F.
H. Bee* Miss   Leslie,   Winnipeg;   J.
B. Gilford, Hall Mines; II.W. Gourle,
Toronto; U. II. Harrington, Seattle;
T. Burton and wife, Pittsburg.
Queens���S. S. Arnold, Toronto; F.
W. Firtli, Kaslo; J.Jones, Vancouver;
A. R. Slierwan, Montreal) Mrs. A.
Galsong and sons, Moyie; T. W.
Hardy, Ymir.
Madden���A. Hill, New Denver; R.
R. Lowe, Fire Valley; T. Smith,
Finest and Best Bar  In the City.
The best Brands oi Liquors
and Cigars.
Sl.00 AND $1.50 PER DAY
JOSEPH harwood,   -   Proprietor
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
Fresh   and   Salted   Heats
Fisn and Poultry in Season
E.   C.   TRAVE3.   Man aver.
K.-W.-C, Block, Ward Street, Nelson.
Orders by mail receive careful and prompt attention
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
With Which l.i Amalgamated
The Bank of British Columbia.
Paid-up   Capital,   88,000,000;    Reserve   Fund,   82,000,000j
Aggregate   Resources Over Jfiii,000,000.
HON. GEO. A. COX, President.      B. B. WALKER, General Managei
London Office: oo Lombard Street, B. C.
New York Office; 16 Eichange Place.
And 68 branches ln Canada and tho JniUtd Blatetf, lnoludlngt
Atlin Gkkknwood Nklson Sandon
Okanhhook        Kamloops Nkw Westminster  Vancouver
Fehnie Nanaimo Hohslanu Victoria
YUKON DISTRICT���Dawhon and Wiiitk Hohsk.
UNITKD 8TATKS���New Yokk, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Skaoway.
Savings Bank Department.
Deposits Hccelvod and Interest Allowed.   Present Bute II Per Cent
Nelson Branch.
GRANGE V. HOLT, Manager.
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Similkameen   Coal   Stock
For   full   particulars   apply   to
R. J. STEEL, Broker, Nelson, B. C.
and try a bottle, a dozen, or a barrol of
CALGARY BEER as lt Is the boat and
cliuanoHi, on the market. Also try our
WINES,    LIQUORS     and    CIQAR8.
Telephone 93 Baker  I. Ne
Fine      American    shoes��� Wallace
Miller Co.
Kootenay Hallway and Na0.
Company, Ltd.
Shortcut and qnlcicoHi roubo to tho ctu,t and ul
points an ohoO. H. Be N. und Northorn i-��
elfin IUtlwayn In Washlngum, Orogon ana
Southern States.
Time Card Effective August 1. 1901
Kaslo & Slocan Ry-
Manufacturers of BEST STEEL WIRE ROPE.
Tramway, Hoisting, Mining Wire Rope.
Lang's Lay for Tramways and Underground Haulage
Local Stock carried, estimates lurnished.
E. ��. CEO ASDAILE Agent Nelson.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
_._. ******** 'i____
Branoh Markets in Rossland, Trail, Nelson, Kasl.
Sandon, Three Forks, New Denver and Slooan Ci%
Orders by matt to wi branch will hare careful and prompt attend
(JABS.-     ALS a la 0AB.TE.
8:30 a. m. Lv.
1(1:55 u. m. Ar.
IK n Mil]
Ar. 4:00 p. m
Lv. l.li v. ni
Int Nav- & Trading Oo
6:20 p. m. Lv. NoIhoii Ar. 11:00 a. is
9:10 p, m. Ar. Knslo Lv. 7:00 a.
ConneoMng at Flvo Milo Point with Nolwon
& Fort Hhoppard Hail way both to and from
Holland, eto.
Ticket* Hold to all part* ln United 8tato�� and
Canada via Ureal Northorn undo. It sc N
Oo.'h Uiioh,
Ocean HteamHhlp  tlckoU  and   rates vl   a
lines will befurnlrthod on application.
For farther particulars call on or oddrona
Miinafier. KaolO.B, C
Taokabury Avuiit. NoIhoii U.C.
obtained in all countries
Registered   Patent   Attorney,   Mechanical Engineer and Draughtsman.    Bank of B. N. A. building,
Hastings St., Vancouver,  B    C
Write for full particulars.
Close connection East nnd Westbound at .Spokane with trains of the
Sp'ikani! Kulln and Northern Hail wny,
D rect connection at .St. Paul without change of depot with all trains for
Ohioago, Toronto. Montreul, New York
and all points West and South.
Leaves Spokane daily for East at 9:10 a.'m
Leaves Spokane daily tor West at 7:20 a.m
Leaves Spokane daily lor West at 800 u-m.
West-bound trains make direct connection for Victoria and Vancouver,
Portland, Hun Francisco, and all points
on the Hound,
During the season of navigation East
bound trains connect at Duluth with
themagnlflcentsteamships NoithWeftt
and North-Land of theNorthern Steamship Company Line, operated In connection with the Oreat Northern Kail-
For further Information, aps, fold
era, etc., apply to any agent of Spokane
Kulln Sc Northern Ity., Kaslo St .Slooan
Ky , Kootei ui Hail way Sc Navigation
Oo., or to
City Pass, ond Tkt   Agt,  W  7ol  W,
Riverside Ave,, Spokane, Wash.
(J. K. TAOKABURY, Locol Agont,
Net non. B ('
P. L. S.
KASLO.  B.  C.
[Mineral i'aia��s and mines suiveyed
Spokane Falls Sl
Northern R'v,
Nelson Sl Fort
Sheppard R'v.
Red Mountain R'v.
For the comfort of the number of
people who are now using this
popular line, a direct daily Buffe*
Car service has been inaugurated
thereby giving passengers every
comfort obtainable on any of the
larger railways in Canada or th
U. S.
Close connections made  at  Spo
k:uie for the south, east  and  west.
Only io hours to Seattle and' 18
to Vancouver and Victoria.
Passengers booked direct through
to all Kuropean points.
Leave DAY TRAIN Arrive
11 :���:. 11. ni Spokane 7 :16 p. in.
In ::;ii p.ui Kossiand 4 ::ui p.m
10180 a.m... .Mountain 5'.ill p. in,
!i:41/ a. lu Nelson li  I.'j p. in.
H. A. JACKSON, Q. P. St T.A.
Spokane! V7ms
Agent, Nelson, B.
Canada Permanent and Western Canada Mortoagb
head office toronto,  ont.
Money to loan on Straight Mortgage.
Apply to O. L. LBN NO*. Bak��r St.
Will pay the highest oasb price for all
kinds ol second hand goods. Will bny
or sell anything from an anchor to a
needle. Pornttare, stoves, oarperta,
cooking otensils, bought in ooniebold
quantities. Also oast off clothing.
Call and see me or writ*. Addreee
Silver King Mike, Boa MNt HaU
Street, Nelson, B. C.
* ���    . {i Nelson Daily Miner Thu2sdw, February 27,  190*
Trunks and
You can sec in
our store a very
completes line of
TRUNKS from the very cheap make
to the solid oak travelling Trunk canvas covered with brass fittings, a regular globe trotter. We can supply you
with GRIPS at price ranging from 85c
to ,20; also SUIT CASES from $2.5(1
to 815 each.
Booksellers. Stationers
Show Room for Mason Sc Risch pianos
Tho steamer International yesterday brought inja cur each of Reco and
Whitowator ore consigneu to the Hall
Mines smelter.
At the lecord oflice yesterday certificates of work were issued to Hugn
Nixon et al, on the Gem Factional,
and the Hecla mineral claims.
Tho Molly Gibson road has been
cleared of the slide that blocked it and
it is likely that a car o ore will be
brought down today, the lirst since
the slide stopped operations.
Chas. Hillyer, of tho Nelson Saw
and Planing mills, stated that tbe
iogs seen along the river above Nelson
are not any uf those that broke away
from his company's boom several
weeks ago, as all of those are being
looked after and secured as soon as
they float looso.
Lt.-Col. Holmes, D.O.C., will bo iu
the city today making the usual semiannual inspection of the armory and
stores. The company will not be required to turn out. From Nelson Col.
Ho mes will go tc Rossland to inspect
stores there and where there is a question of internal discipline to settle.
Albert Oigot, son of E. F. Gigot,
manager of the store of the Hudson's
Buy Co., in this city, has returned
from Winnipeg. Ho was sent to Winnipeg four mouths since in order to
havo his eyes treuted and returns
muoh benefited, Dr. Harvey Smith,
oculist, preformed an operation on
tlio lad's oyen which was very
Edward Bail lie, auditor lor the
Idaho-Continental mine, near Fort
Hill,came iu yesterday afternoon from
the mine where ho has been for the
past few days. He states tbat IS teams
aro hauling oro lrom the mine to tho
landing and they aro moving about
twelve tons a day. Pom carloads have
already been shipped. The roads have
been bad this winter on account of
lack of snow and for some timo it has
been nucessary to make transfers from
tho sleighs at tho upper end of the
road, to tho wagons newer, the lake.
Win. Roberts, superintendent of the
mine, has gone to Duluth to confer
with eastern shurcolders of the company as to additions to tho plant,
which it is proposed to muko.
Joseph Allen, who a short time ago
was a resident of this city went to
Port Hill, Idaho, and soon'aftor became insane. He was taken to the
Idaho State asylum. On his person
was ovor $000. It is understood that
he has a brother in this noighbrhood
who is a carpenter and it ib oesiro-
able that he, or any person knowing
his whereabouts, should communicate
with the provincial police here, so
that the asylum authorities may be
The Associated boards of trade will
have practically a full delegation from
the boarns ot Nelson and towns to the
west at its meeting in Kaslo. A. S.
Goodeve, John S. Clute, and J. li.
Johnson and H. W. C. Jackson, the
secretary, are from Rossland; E.
Doberer and J. A. Smith lrom Grand
Forks; D, 11. Stevens, Noble BinnB
and W. K. Esling from Trail; Geo. C.
Rose, fl. K. Stockor and F. Asprcy,
from Cascade; 0. Scott Galloway, and
\V. G. Gaunce from Greenwood, and
W. B. Wilcox, from Phoenix. Nelson
will bo represented by Hamilton Byers
and J. J. Campbell, who went over
yesterday, aud Grange V. Holt, the
president, will likely go to Kaslo
Rain coats, umbrellas, rut hers, new
goods, iust leceived; everything with
style, quality value, you'll find here.
���Tho Wallace Miller Co.,  limited.
The Nelson Gun elub held its annual meeting last evening in the
Hume hotel, when the following
officers were deeded: President,
Capt. Gore; vice-president, Dr. Armstrong; sec.-treas., Clarence Goepel.
A committee of three was appointed,
consisting of G. Tierney, C. Goepel
and J. H. Ward, to attend to the fixing of new grounds tor the coming
season. Patenaude Bros, have presented the club with a handsome
silver trophy to be awarded in the
result of the weekly shoots. This was
accepted ard a vote of thanks passed
to the donors. The Dominion Cartridge
Co. has also give tlie club, to be shot
for on the opening day, a box of 500
loaded smokeless shells. Thc olub
expects to have a very good season
and the prizes which will be hung up
for the weekly competition will uo
doubt increase tho interest in trap
shooting. The first shoot will be held
on Saturday at the foot of Stanley
Trunks, valises���The Wallace Miller
A. S. Goodeve, ox-mayor of Rossland, was in the eity yesterday en
route for Kaslo, whither he went as a
delegate to the Associated boards of
trade. Mr. Ooodove reports that Rossland has made a rapid recovery from
the depression caused by the strike
and business has resumed some of its
old time swing. Tho business men
there, he said, anticipate as prosperous a year as they had in 1898 when
the Rosdand boom was in its hcydey
and money was plentiful and everyone
prosperous. All tho big mines aro
being operated and there is considerable development on tho smaller properties. Tlio Spitzee, he says, is turn
ing out well. The intention is to
put in before long a compressor plant
to replace the small steam plant with
which the mine for several months
has been operated. When this is done
shipping   and   development   will   bo
W. W. Greenwood, manager of tho
Fisher Maiden mine, in the Slocan,
arrived from Spokane last night and
leaves for the mine today.
Henry Ferland,who was operated on
for appendicitis bv Dr. Hall on Tuesday passed successfully through the
ordeal and is now progressing nicely.
Rev. J. H. White leaves this morning for the Boundary country on
official businss. Rev. E. A. Green, of
Vancouver, will occupy the pulpit of
the Methodist church on Sunday.
Jay P. Graves, vice-president and
general manager of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power
Co., and A. C. Flumeifclt, assistant
general manager of the same company, arrived in town last evening
and are registered at the Phair.
An afternoon tea is to be served at
the residence of Mrs. II. R. Cameron
tbis afternoon from J o'clock under
the tuspices of the Ladies' Aid
society, to which all friends aro invited. Silver collection will be taken up
towards the funOs of the Congregational church.
You would bo dollars in pocket had
you  used   Crow's   Nest   coal.    Never
Monarch Special
A Watch built especially to stand
the hard usage of this country, it has
as a fine timepiece. It will be at
home on the railroad or in the
Have a look at it before  buying,
Patenaude Bros.
in China,   with  beautiful   Enamelled   Canadian   Emblems,
Only a few left.
carried on simultaneously. A carload
of Spitzee ore recently sent to the
smelter gave returns of 824 per ton.
Said to be Hard
on Operators.
The work of typesetting in a modern printing office is very exacting,
particularly if tie runs a linotype or
typesetting machine. It requires tho
closest attention and rapid and sympa
luetic action of both brain and hand.
This machine works much like a typewriter Such workers fed on ordinary
food give up because of nervous prostiation, somo in a short time,and some
are able to stand it longer.
One of these workers says: "I havo beon at the linotype threo yoars. It
has made a great Ohange in my onco robust health, Alunt three months ago,
after long expei'tlng it. I completely collapsed, from indigestion and extreme
nervousness. The daily physic I hud not dared to omit for years, now and
then, refused relief and a physician was onnsultcd.
"'Change of occupation and diet.' read tho prescription, 'advise eating
Grape-Nuts food twice daily.' I had often set up tho advertisements of the
Postum Cereal Co., but somehow printers nre apt to think advertisements are
not intended for them to make use uf. I coula not well change my occupation, bnt did change the diet.
"Since then have Used Grape-Nuts, both at breakfast and supper, daily.
The reltllt! are truly remarkable. The llrst perceptible change was in the
matter of digestion, 11 has beon six weeks since I have had to swalow an
aperient of any kind. At the beginning ol my experiment with Grape-Nuts
I   weighed VII pound*|   last evening 1 tipped the beam at 167 1-8.
"My nerves, which were completely shatleied three months ago, aro new
strong and steady, and I do not tire easily, thongh I go to bed an hour later
on an average than formerly, and have Increased my capacity at tho machine fully two columns of typo a day. I am convinced that Grape Nuts food
is tho food for poisons of a sedentary occupation, especially for thoso who
work with brsin in lieu of brawn." Chas. H. Eckhard, 177 N. Chambers
Ht,. Oalesbnrg.lU.
too late to mend. Good stock of
fir and birch wood. Call up 33,
West Transfer Co.
A very successful sucial under the
auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the
Methodist church was given last evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Traves, Lake street, which was
Hlled to its utmost capacity. Mr. and
Mrs. l'raves were model hosts and all
present spent a pleasant time. There
was a cnoice programme of music,and
refreshments were served.
3,000 barrels of men's suits���The
Wallace-Miller brand���your size, your
price and pattern to please you are
here.    Call in.
With the opening up of spring the
necessity of cleaning up the rubbish
tbat accumulates in backyards during
the winter is becoming more apparent. In the Hume addition especially
there is a number of promises where
there is a considerable accumulation
and it is the intention of the provincial police to visit this pait of the
town and see that the laws in regard'to
such matters are rigidly enforced. A
little care in this direction by each
householder at this season may prevent considerable illness later.
Men's and boy's shirt waists and
colored shirts, latest American styles,
just received���The Wallace-Miller Co.
John D. Carr, aged 27, died at the
hospital Tuesday night from appendicitis. An operation was performed on
Saturday but perforation had already
set in and nothing could be done to
save him. The deceased was for some
time bookkeeper for H. T. Steeper,
and was well known and very popular
in Nolson. Ho was of a quiet and
unassuming nature and had many
friends among those who ho came in
contact with. Tho body was removed
to the undertaker's yesterday and will
be shipped tomorrow to his former
home at Battle Ground, Indiana. His
father who is in the city, will accom
pany the body back.
Be Sure and Get the Genuine. 3
A penny saved     Is a dollar earned
Save   yonr pennies by burning Crow's
Nest      coal. Satisfactory        and
economical. Telephone 33, West
Transfer Co., all kinds of teaming
promptly and cheaply done.
Heavy S(orm of Wind and Rain on
California Coast.
San Francisco, Feb. 25.���Ono of tho
heaviest southweBt storms that has
been exerienced in many years struck
this eity this morning. The wind
attained great velocity blowing 45
miles an hour In thc city, while at
Point Reyes, north of the harbor en
trance, it reached DO miles ut 7.30
o'clock. Ships dragged thoir anchors
or broke thoir mooring, a lishlng boat
was capsized, tho telephone and electric wires wero down and awnings,
shade trees ano fences were wrecked
and pedestrians wero greatly inconvenienced. Telegraphic communication
with the outside world wus cut off.
The full force of the storm wu�� felt
on tho bay and the bar was so rough
that vessels were unablo to leave port.
Two three story houses wero blown
down iu the mission district. Tho
gale us It swept over the Presidio reservation loft in its trail wreck and
ruin. Dozens of tents were wrenched
from thoir positions and after being
curried high in the air were landed
yards away whore they were after
wurds gathered up by the soldiers who
had fought hard to save them. To the
soldiers tho wreck of the tents was a
serious ulfair for the majority of them
had all their possessions under thorn
and before they could collect tlieir
belongings thoy were thoroughly
soaked by rain.
(live President Roosevelt Pointers on
Upholding National Rights.
Washington, Fob. 211.-The Treasury
department today received a telegram
from J. W. Ivcy, oollector of customs
at Sitka, who had refused to allow
Canadian vessels to obtain supplies at
Dnalaska, saying."; My instructions
were   not   against   vessels engaged in
| Lawrence Hardware Company 1
Sole Agents, Nelson, B. C. 3
I will sell my
Stock of Fresh Groceries and Provisions
At wholesale prices until it is
all cleared out.
Cor. Hall & Vernon Sts. Nelson, B. C,
alleged illegal seal fishing, but
against Canadian vessels actually
engaged in pelagic sealing, which is
illegal and criminal, when committed
within the marine jurisdiction of the
United States, If there is an ancient
treaty between tlio United States and
Great llritain by which British subjects ean commit depredations, destroying American proporty and depleting our revenue of tens of thousands
of dollars annually, while our own
citizens are denied those privileges,
tho suoner such treaty is abrogated
the better. Your solicitude regarding
international complcations with Qruat
llritain need not cause you uneasiness
us the approaching season is not yet
opened. Your new collector will
arrive in time to enforce your orders.
My Americanism will not allow rae to
rescind an order which gives Rritish
subjects privileges within our marine
jurisdiction which are denied our own
There is another matter that may
attract your attention. I have recently
issued orders to tho deputy at Skag-
way, a copy of which has beon sent
you, which has put the Canadian
offioois located there out of business
and sent them to their own territory.
You aro aware of the fact that the
chief Canadan officer there became to
offensive that he interfered wilh
American officers in the discharge: uf
thoir official duty, opened Unitod
States customs mail, dominated over
the railway officials, discriminated in
the order of shipment in favor of Can
adian merchandise against that
shipped li'imi Seattle, established a
Canadian quarantine at Hkagway,
collected moneys and performed other
nets of llritish sovereignty in a port of
the United States, such as hoisting
with bravado, thc Cross of St. George
from tho flagstaff of his custom house.
1 have sent the concern, bag, baggage, flag and other paraphernalia,
Hying out of tho oountry. You may
four the shadow of international complications and rescind this order, but
a Reed, un Gluey or a JJlaine would
Household Effects
Acting   under   instmct'ons   from the
owner we  will sell   by publio auction
in the West Block ,Oor. Baker and Hall
Streets on
Friday, Feb. 28, 1902
A lot of Household Goods,  Iron Bedsteads,  Carpets,   Chairs, Tables,   etc,
Chas- A, Waterman & Co-,
Until further notico tho steamer
Kokanee will only make a trip to
Lardo once a week on Thursdays.
Stop now, think it ovor, better ex.
amine our shoe stock���The Wallace-
Miller Co., limited.
Viotoria, Feb. ail. ���Hon. J. P.
Booth, speaker ot thu legislative assembly, and a member of the llrst
legislative assembly of British Columbia, died at his residence at Salt
Spring island, at ii.HO Tuesday night,
after an illness of IS months.
The steamer II.���, Ilia, whi.'h ran on
tho rocks on the ni.rth British Columbian coast, is here for repairs.
Slops Hie Cougli
anil Work*off llir Colli.
Laxatlvo Biomo-Qulnlno Tabid* cure   acold
none. (lav.   NoCuro, nol'ay.   Price. 25 cent*.
Tenders will be received by the  undersigned at his olliee,   Nelson, un
til noon on
Wednesday, March 12,1902
for the purchase of the
stock in trade of J. G.
Bunyan & Co. consisting of
Furniture, Picture Moulding, Carpats
Draperies,    and   Undertaking
Fixtures and Supplies.
as follows :
Furniture, etc, $2596-69
MouldiDg - 171.45
Carpets, etc. - 1332.38
Undertaking Stock
& Fixtures   -      817-28
Bids will be considered for any  one
line or for the whole stock.
Stuck lists can be seen at office
ol the undersigned, Nelson, B. C. ;
at thc olliee of The Canada Furniture Manufacturers, Toronto, or at
the olliee of H. R. iVes & Co.,
The stock is all new and up-to-
date, no old shop worn goods, as
the firm has only been in business
for a short time.
Any further information will be
gladly given by
N. T, MACLEOD, Assignee.
Nelson, B. C,, Feb. 24,  1902.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty
Cor. Baker &Stanley Sts., Nelson *
In accordance with Uio By-Lawn of tho Society, the Annual General Meeting will beheld
in tho Board of Trade Hooms on Tuesday,
March 11th at It p. in.
All annual subscribers to tho sutacf Tea Do)
larsare members of tho Society, eligible to
take part in tho election of directors for t lie on*
sniiii' term and in ease of illness are entitled lo
fiee treatment in the hospital.
NKLSON LODGE    No. 23, A. F. &
M. inoeta second Wednesday  lu
month,   Visiting brethorn welcome
I. O, O. F. Kootenay Lodgo
No. 10, moot�� evory Monday night,
at   thoir  Hall,  Kootenay street
Sojourning Odd FoIIowh cordially invited.
G. W. Hale, N. G.;  G.  F. Motion, V, G.; A.
LoughurHt, Koo. Seo,
Nolson Royal Arch Chapter No. 123, Q. H. U.
Metis third Wednesday. Sojourning coinpan
Ions  invited.    George Johnstone, Z.    T. J.
Sims,   S. K.
NKLSON LODGE   No.25, K. of P.
meets ln li. ot V. hall, Oddfolfows blook
lyovoryTuoHday evening at 8 o'olook.
All visiting knights oordlally  Invite
Wm. Ihvink, 0,0.
Hugh Btkvkns, K. ot R. and 8.
NoIhoii Kncn puioub No. 7. Moots ovory 2nd
and llli Friday ot oach monlh, In Odd Follows
Hall, cornor Bakor and Kootenay stroots,
NoIhoii. A. II. Clements, c. I*.; 1). MoArthiu
R. S.   Visiting brothern always woi���������.
NKLSON L. O. L. No. IffiKt moots in Fraternity Hall on flrHt and third Friday ovonlngs
of each month at 8 o'clock. Visll ing nionibor
cordially Invited. W. W. Bradley, W. K.
A, Mlnty, 1). 8.
NELSON AKKIE No. 22, P. O. K., meets
every second and fourlh Wednesdays of oaoh
in onth. Visiting members oordially invlli
Charles Prosser. Benretary,
Kootonay Tont, No. 7, K. O, T. M��� hold thoir
regular meetings in Fraternity Hall, 1. O. 0. F.
block, on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each
month. Visiting brothron cordially Invited to
attend. G.A. Drown K. K.i Dr. Hoso, Com"
K. J.titoel.D.S.O.
1st and 3rd Wednosday ovonlngs or
each month at Fiatorniry Hall
oorner of Baker and Kootenay
ill streets. Visiting brethern oord-
tally Invited.
Nelson Court Star of Kootonay, A. O. F
MootH 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in evory
Month. Visiting brethren welcome. V7. Moo
Milllan, C. P.; Herbert McLood. Sec
COURT KOOTKNAY, 1. O. P., No. 3138.
Meetings 4th Thursday of month. Fraternal
hall, J A Irving 0, K.   P. H. Fleming. R.8,
The Waverley Hotel
Rates $1.00 to $1.SO per day. First
class Meals, 850. Next door to Opera
House. P. O. Box 210. Telephone 147.
Victoria St., Nelson.
Civil Engineer* and Provincial Land
Cor. Kootenay _ Victoria Sts. Nelson
P. O. Box 149 Telephone 2
Atlantic S.S. Sailings
From St. John, N. B.
Allan Lino Tunisian  March  8
Allan Lino Numldlan March IS
Heaver Line Uarth Castle Maroh 14
I leaver Line Lako Ontario March 28
Allan.Lino steamers call at Halifax two days
Frcm  Portland.
Dominion Lino Dominion March 8
From New York
Whito Blar Line Ocoanlo March  0
While Ht��r Lino Mnjoslio Maroh 12
While Star Lino Oei-.uanlo March lit
I'miard Line Umbrla March 8
Cunard Lino Lueania March 15
Cunard Line Ktruriu March 22
American Line Ht, Paul March 12
American Lino St. 1 amin.... March 111
Rod Star Line Houthwark March fi
Red star Lino Vndcrland March 12
Continental KallingH of Fronoh. North German Lloyd, II. A. P. und Italian Linos on application.
RATKB-Br.loon fares $12.60, nnd upwards
Pecond ,lr> and upwards according to steamer
a-wl location of berth. Htocago quoted on up
plication. Prepaid passages from Kngland and
tho continental, lowest rates.
H. L. BROWN,      W, P. F, CUMMINGB,
City Agt. NolHon.      Gon. Agent, Winnipeg
About thut second-hand article"
yours. You'll sell it If you'll advw
tise il in The Winer want ooItuot


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